“Imran married his spiritual guide in an attempt to be elected as the premier,” Asif told the media in Sialkot. “But only the person who will get [the most] votes will become the next prime minister.”
Jibing at political rival and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari, Asif said that the Lodhran by-poll for NA-154 constituency brought forward the reality of PPP’s political strength.
“PPP was only able to secure 3,000 votes in the Lodhran by-poll,” he said.
He also said Zardari was the country’s president for five years yet he was unable to trace his wife, Benazir Bhutto’s murderers.
“He [Zardari] was either unable to trace them or did not want to trace them,” Asif said.